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Articles by A. Mesdaghinia
Total Records ( 2 ) for A. Mesdaghinia
  G.R. Moosavi , K. Naddafi , A. Mesdaghinia , F. Vaezi and M. Mahmoudi
  The liquid-gas absorption is by far the most applied system for odor control. A bench scale packed bed scrubber was used to evaluate of H2S removal as the odorant model compound using three chemical oxidants of NaClO, H2O2 and KMnO4 at various operation conditions. Results showed that more than 99.5% of the H2S was removed from the inlet air in the EBCTs of 3 to 35 s and H2S concentrations in the range of 30 to 300 ppmv. Also, the pressure drop across the bed of the reactor increased from 1.5 to 13.1 cm H2O m-1 for the superficial air velocities in the range of 1.2 to 14 m min-1 which a linear relationship was observed between pressure drop and superficial air velocities.
  A. Mesdaghinia , S. Rezaie , M. Shariat , S. Nasseri , A.H. Mahvi , G.A. Omrani , S. Nazmara , A. Ghasri and M. Alimohammadi
  This research was carried out to isolate and identify degrading microorganisms of MTBE in the soil samples taken from the adjacent ground of lead-free gasoline storage tanks as well as from drainage water of MTBE and gasoline storage tanks. Water and soil samples were prepared and microorganisms were inoculated and then harvested from mineral salt media. After several passages within 200 days, microorganisms capable of using MTBE as carbon and energy source were isolated. Isolated microorganisms inoculated in common culture media including R2A agar and BHI were identified as Pseudomonas putida, Comamonas, Alcaligenes, Bacillus and Micrococcus by specific kit of epi.
 
 
 
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